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Front page of the last edition of The Peacemaker (newspaper), Vol. 33 no. 9-12, Sep-Dec 1971, depicting a photograph of Michael Matteson.
Front page of The Peacemaker (newspaper), Vol. 27 no. 5 June 1965, with headline "First C. O. Court Hearings" also including article "Quaker Mission to Indonesia and Malaysia"
Front page of The Peacemaker (newspaper), Vol. 17 no. 6 June 1955, with headline "Let us renounce war" and including articles "Appeal to Men and Women" and "These Pay the Price of Renunciation"
Artwork entitled 'The light of the world' showing a figure of Jesus Christs juxtaposed besides military aircraft and guns, published in The Peacemaker, December 1941
Artwork entitled 'My Kingdom is not of this world', showing 6 military planes overlaid with the image of a Christian cross, published in the Peacemaker (newspaper) in July 1940
Photograph from behind a crowd of people looking down Bourke Street, Melbourne. Most of the crowd have their hands raised with forefinger and middle finger extended. Some have fists raised. Several signs are in view with slogans mostly obscured.
Photograph of Jim Cairns, dressed in suit and tie, standing on a structure and speaking into a microphone. Cairns is holding the microphone in his right hand and gesturing downwards with his left hand. Crouched in front of Cairns is a bearded man…
Close up photograph of approximately fifty people as part of a crowd sitting down outside the Prudential Building, at the corner of Queen and Bourke Streets in Melbourne taken at the Vietnam Moratorium Demonstration on 8 May 1970. At the centre of…
Studio portrait of Jim Cairns taken in early 1956 as the Member for Yarra, elected at the December 1955 federal election in Australia. Photograph is head and upper torso of Cairns, dressed in suit and tie, in three quarter view looking to the left of…
Studio portrait of Jim Cairns taken in early 1962 as the Member for Yarra, elected at the December 1961 federal election in Australia. Photograph is head and upper torso of Cairns, dressed in suit and tie, looking directly at the camera
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